The blackboard that Dr. Hideki Yukawa used to regularly write down his “ideas” on was set up at Osaka University Graduate School of Science and stays close to the active place of discussion and deliberation.
A strong will to carry on creative research activities and searches for truth.
“Yukawa Mind” is inherited by Osaka University researchers and students who explore the present and future of science.
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Osaka University and Hideki Yukawa
Hideki Yukawa became the first Japanese recipient of the Nobel Prize in 1949.
His prize-winning “meson theory” was developed at Osaka University School of Science.
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Hideki Yukawa’s research at Osaka University
Hideki Yukawa conducted research at Osaka University, exploring the world of physics. Find out what kind of research he was engaged in and what led to his discoveries that made him Japan’s first Nobel Prize winner.